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Re: Lepines in London, England
Posted by: Janet Zwarick Date: March 31, 2001 at 13:32:41
In Reply to: Lepines in London, England by Margaret Hart-Wilden of 221

Margaret, I may be able to help you. According to the IGI, Adam L'Epine (christened Sept. 12, 1725) was the son of Abraham de L'Epine and Rachel Blondin. They were married circa 1714 in Threadneedle St. Church. Abraham de L'Epine (L'Epine) was born to Isaac de L'Epine and Ester/Hester Odiot circa 1692/1693 in London. Before that, the trail is cold at the moment; however, it appears that this "first Isaac" may have been born in France. I examined a copy of one of the volumes of the Huguenot Society Quarto Series some time ago and found that Isaac was admitted into the Huguenot faith in Bienville, France.

My branch of the Lepine family still lives in England and kept the Huguenot faith into the 1900's. My mother was a Lepine whose roots are deep in London (rather than Canterbury). I would be pleased to swap any information with you.




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